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American National Property & Casualty Co. v. Wyatt: Missouri Court Interprets Pollution Exclusion in Favor of Coverage (PDF)

American National Property & Casualty Co. v. Wyatt: Missouri Court Interprets Pollution Exclusion in Favor of Coverage (PDF)

In Am. Nat'l Prop. & Cas. v. Wyatt, the Missouri Court of Appeals continues the line of authority supporting the proposition that the pollution exclusion must be reasonably interpreted within the confines of certain limiting principles.

$57.00
Climate Change: A New Era of Old Challenges for the Insurance Industry (PDF)

Climate Change: A New Era of Old Challenges for the Insurance Industry (PDF)

Reflects upon recent impacts of global warming on the insurance industry, the financial challenges encountered in the changing climate of insurance brought by global warming, and how the insurance industry is responding to the challenges posed by global warming.

$57.00
Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Issues Revised Guidance for Climate Change Analysis in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Reviews (PDF)

Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Issues Revised Guidance for Climate Change Analysis in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Reviews (PDF)

Reviews the major provisions of the draft guidance, including analyzing greenhouse gas impacts of proposed actions and the effects of climate change on such actions.

$57.00
Insurance Coverage Issues in Hydraulic Fracturing (PDF)

Insurance Coverage Issues in Hydraulic Fracturing (PDF)

Explores the hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") process and issues likely to affect the availability of insurance coverage for fracking-related liabilities under general liability, directors' & officers' liability and first-party property insurance policies.

$57.00
Marten Law on American Trucking Associations, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles: U.S. Supreme Court Holds Federal Law Preempts Los Angeles Port Program, Signaling Close Scrutiny of State and Local Initiatives to Regulate Trucking (PDF)

Marten Law on American Trucking Associations, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles: U.S. Supreme Court Holds Federal Law Preempts Los Angeles Port Program, Signaling Close Scrutiny of State and Local Initiatives to Regulate Trucking (PDF)

Examines the Supreme Court's decision in Am. Trucking Ass'ns v. City of Los Angeles. Along with holding that the Federal Aviation Admin. Authorization Act preempts provisions of the Port of Los Angeles' Clean Truck Program, the opinion limits the ability of local & state government to take enforcement action to curtail a variety of practices in the trucking industry that contribute to pollution.

$57.00